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men killed, eight wounded, and one missing. Second division--Four men wounded. The rebels lost, beside the number stated, several severely wounded, which I am obliged to leave behind, and probably several killed. The number of small arms thrown away by them is rather large, and they will, undoubtedly, be gathered by Colonel Long. I shall pursue my march at daybreak to-morrow. Very respectfully, your obedient servant, Bernard Laibold, Colonel Second Missouri Infantry. Lieutenant-Colonel Fullerton, Adjutant-General Fourth Corps. A national account. Chattanooga, Monday, December 28. An important victory has just been added to the list which has crowned the army of the Cumberland with glory. True, the fight was upon a comparatively small scale; but victories are not always to be valued by the numbers engaged, nor the list of the slain. The importance of an achievement must be estimated by results; and, in this instance, it would be impossible to compute the magn